Don Boyer's "The Power of Mentorship" book series teaches how to succeed by learning tips from leaders in business and life, like the legendary Zig Ziglar, Denis Waitley, Brian Tracy and others.
Some of the profound, proven advice, includes: "To change your world, change your thinking, talking and what you hear." (Glen Curry); "The greatest success we'll every know is helping others succeed and grow." (Greg Reid), and "To the world, you may not be someone, but to someone you may be the world." (Hasnain Khaku).
You'll not only get wisdom but may be inspired to ask yourself some serious questions, such as, "Where am I going?" "What am I good at?" and "What do I really enjoy doing?" If you answer these and can develop the right plan, work ethic and get mentorship, you may be able to turn your purpose and passion into a payday, in more ways than one. You may wake up in the morning with joy and spring in your steps. Some of the best advice comes from a man who spoke at Denis Waitley's daughter's commencement, actor Edward James Olmos: "...Don't just get a job. A job is something many of you had while you worked your way through college....But a career is something you do because you're inspired to do it. You want to do it, you love doing it, you're excited when you do it. And you'd do it even if you were paid nothing beyond food and the basics. You'd do it because it's your life...Chase your passion, not your pension!"
Experts offer their advice on how to build a successful team, who are mentors and where do you find them, increasing your income and much more, including how to write a book. "Mentorship is passing the torch of success from one generation to the next," said motivational speaker and author Don Boyer of Whittier, Ca., who offers, what he calls, "secrets of true leadership" in one of the chapters. To find out more about "The Power of Mentorship" books, go to donboyer.org.